The investigation in Argentina into the death of a special prosecutor who had said the nation's president was protecting the masterminds of the 1994 bombing of a Jewish community center that killed 85 people. A new prosecutor has been appointed.
Everybody agrees, the US doesn't want to end up like Argentina. Eleven years ago, Argentina went through the biggest sovereign debt default in history, refusing to pay creditors some $100 billion and sending its economy spiraling into uncertainty.
“In general, we’re all lazy. No one wants to get up early on a Sunday 3morning to go vote.” That's what one teenager in Argentina says, but national polls and others paint a drastically different picture.
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